Be Prepared

Azusa Pacific University seeks to foster a safe and secure living-learning environment for its students, faculty, and staff. In times of crisis, the university activates its Critical Incident Response Team to ensure the well-being of the campus community.

However, creating a safe environment requires the efforts of everyone on campus. It is important to know how to respond to any number of situations. Please review information about APU’s emergency procedures, notification systems, and ways you can be prepared.

News & Features

  • APU Hosts the 29th Annual Communication Ethics Conference

    Hosted by APU's Department of Communication Studies, this year's conference takes place Saturday, February 6, and will focus on "The Ethics of Authentic Communication in Private, Public, and Mediated Forums."

  • Man Exonerated from Murder Conviction Speaks at APU

    Wrongly convicted of murder, Nick Yarris spent 21 years on prison’s death row before his exoneration. He spoke to students in the new Department of Criminal Justice, describing his journey.

  • Positive Assist

    LyDell Cardwell ’15 grew up on the rough streets of East Palo Alto, California. Cardwell had every opportunity to get mixed up with violence, gangs, and negativity, but he didn’t.